Originally Posted by VincentVega
Points only, I'm going with Turris. Yes, he's more unproven than Callahan but all Callahan has proven to me is that he'll be a 50-ish point player. I like some risk and with Turris I see someone who can consistently outpoint Callahan, despite being the guy behind Spezza. Turris is riskier but I see him being a 60-point player and I don't see that in Callahan.
I agree 100% with your player breakdown. But it's also the reason that I would take Callahan. The way I see it; at most,as said, Turris out points Callahan by 10pts at some point, but who's know when that happens. 10 Pts isn't worth waiting a couple of years for (likely) when it's potential/proven we're talking. Depending on how active you are, it may not even be relevant to your position/team by the time Turris hits 60.
F: Huberdeau, Hall, Paciorietty, Spezza, Galchenyuk Grandlund, Baertschi, kassian, kreider, etem, Downie
D: Karlsson, Subban,doughty, Pronger, Pitkanen
G: Schneider, Hiller, Dubnyk /A-1 pt Win-2pts Shutouts- 5pts(2+3) PIM- .25pts
Top 13 count in scoring(4 d, 1 g, 7 fwd and next highest scoring skater or G)